Update

Behold @evleaks' 'retirement gift': A crystal clear Moto X+1 leak

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There is already little mystery left to the Moto X+1 with numerous leaks, images, and benchmarks already online.

What could be the final word before Motorola officially details its newest smartphone September 4 comes from Evan Blass of @evleaks, who says he is retiring from posting pictures of unreleased gadgets because it has not been a profitable venture. 

On Thursday he tweeted a photo with four images, purported to be the Verizon version of the Moto X+1. 

They are consistent with what we have already seen, with a similar design to the original Moto X and one phone sporting a wooden back. 

A recent benchmark report claims to put the X+1 through a performance test, detailing a device with a 5.2-inch screen, 1080P display, and 12MP camera. The five-inch mark is the new standard for flagship Android phones, with the Galaxy S5, HTC One, and LG G3 all at or above that screen size. 

At this rate September 4 can't get here soon enough for Motorola. The grand unveiling is also likely to include a new Moto G and the Moto 360 smartwatch.

Be sure to tune in to Greenbot on September 4 for coverage and analysis of Motorola's event.

Update: There's also a leak from the same Brazilian retailer that's famous for revealing Motorola's last few handsets. Livraria Logos lists the device with a 5.2-inch HD display, Android 4.4.4, a 2.2 GHz Quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel front-facing camera, and a measly 16GB of internal storage.

The same retailer also offers a listing for a device called the Moto “Titan,” which could very well be the successor to the popular mid-range Moto G smartphone. That particular device is listed with a 5-inch HD screen, Android 4.4.4, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM,an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and 16GB of internal storage.

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